A Call for Volunteers

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A Call for Volunteers


Chairman-elect Craig Seavers, CCE is seeking volunteers to serve on committee councils, task forces and committees for the 1996-1997 year. As a member-owned organization, individual, volunteer participation is extremely important. NACM has created a system of committees, task forces and councils to facilitate activities in a manner that keeps the association linked to the attitudes and the real world of members. In addition, these volunteer groups serve as the proving ground for emerging leaders, who are critical to our association's future.

Individuals who volunteer to serve on a committee, task force or council occupy a position of leadership. They contribute significantly to the growth of the Association and to the successful execution of its work. Volunteers also enrich their own professional development, experience and expertise.

To qualify for service on a national committee, task force or council, you must be the designated representative of a member company as recorded in the National NACM office. You must also have the support of your employer to attend, at member expense, all meetings (except where noted), including those held during the annual Convention and Exposition. Volunteers are need to serve on the following committees, councils and task forces:

Committee on Cooperation with Professional Associations. This committee works with all related professional associations, including, but not limited to, Robert Morris Associates (RMA), the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA), and the American Bar Association (ABA) on matters of mutual interest to the ultimate purpose of facilitating communication between business credit professionals and banking personnel, accountants, and attorneys. The committee meeting annually during the convention.

Education. The Education Committee and its task forces advise the NACM Board of Directors and the National staff on educational need, issues and programs. Volunteers must serve at the task force level before advancing to committee member status. …

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